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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 19, 1935
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PAGE POUR THE THE COURIER. NEWS CO, O.'R BXBCOCK. Editor ' > H. W. HAINE5, Admttslng Manager NE\VS Bole National Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc, New York. Chicago Detroit^ St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas City, Memphis Published Every Afternoon, Except Ibundaj RA, Entered (is second class Hinder at the post, office at Blythevllle, Ar- kniisas, under act of Coiiijrcss, October 9, 1917. Served by the Unllecl Press SUBSCIUITION RATES By carrier in Die City or Blyllicvllle, I5c per week, or $6.50 |)er year, In advance. By mail, within n radius of 50 miles, $3.00 per year, 51.50 tor six monllis, 85c for three montlis; by nmll In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, S0.50 per year; in zones seven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable In advance. Shtrifj Wilson Kvoryonc in Mississippi county sharra Ihe happiness of his- family, his friends and members of his force in the Jiews that Shorill' Cliiront'c \\'ilson is coming home hale and sound to continue his useful career. • As an officer and as n citizen he has shown himself to be the kind of man we need. His permanent injury at the hands of the gunmen who lired upon him a week ago would have been more than a personal tragedy. The. Lawyer's Responsibilty If you are an ordinary private citizen and you suddenly learn the whereabouts of a-desperate criminal who is very much wanted by the police, it is your duty lo tell the police where lie- is so.that they cim go and get him. Bill if you are a lawyer and the criminal gets in touch with you, you may keep your mouth shut as tightly as you please without violating any law. this seems to'be the hieaning of Uic- Chicago trial, in which Attorney Louis P. I'iquett' :\vas" acquiUed >f. charges of conspiracy to harbor' the. late John Dillinger during that gunman's spectacular flight from the cops, . There is little sense in quarreling over a closed case. The affair doss, however, emphasize the heavy responsibility that can rest upon the shoulders of au outlaw's lawyer.. .- lie-is given special privilege's In ui£ iclalion to 'his client; it is all (lie moro l ncumbenl upon iiim to see that these.. l)i-ivilegcs arc never abused. : The Wish to Believe The power of rumor is a queer thing. Someone: tells, spiiiconc'else a tall talc, that someone else carries still failher—ami the first, thing you know, half the country -believes it; believes it with an intensity that no amount of public denials can ever entirely shake. A sample is tlie trouble' which curators of the National Library in Paris have been haying with credulous folk who insitt oil having a look at the mummy of Cleopatra. The library has never bad such a mummy. As far .as anyone knows, 'no mtiiuiuy of the ruinous Kgyptian qitceii is in existence. For 50 years the library curators have been issuing public denials Dial' there was such a mummy. Bui it makes no difference. There is a rumor abroad in France that the library has Uic mummy, and ueoplu l<ccp coming ly HCU it—and gelling indignant when, they, can'l. A rumor o! that land can be one ol' the hardiest growths known to human society. jSJLVTfiEVlLLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Safe ai an Unsafe Job 'I'lieru is a non-cuinmi.ssioncd army ofl'iebi- in Cuba who scents to have iiljoiil jis strange iitul risky a job as any soldier could dream of. This man, Scrgl. J^sc Trabaneft, is one they call on when it bomb is found about the streets-. On such occasions he hurries to the H|io(, picks up the bomb, carries it to the harbor lind tosse.s it into the sea. Considering the fact that bombs are fairly ticklish things to handle, Sergeant Trabancn has a job wliicli feu- people will envy him. During the last year lie Jms been called on to tote no fewer limn %8 bombs (a ;i place of .safety. . : And that total, .incidentally, gives a bright little .'sidelight on the state of public unrest in Cuba. The troubled republic must bu producing- malcontents itl a record pace, if bomb.s are being Strewn about the .slreeU nl that ni I o. People are never.'hnppy when they arc ruled by « majority, but only when they arc rilled by a .minority. Our . 'minority is not alien to llio majority, but represents (lie cream of tire Cierman folk. —Adolf Hitler. • * • The church must reassert her independence :=. ; or wither ami die. —Tin; Kcv. Uwiglit. Jacques: : ; Bradley, 'Newton. Muss. /"i. ..***. • -'l- : '' Neither liberty nor peace: will he secure wtlii " inlci-nnilorml news partly free and partly coii-,'{ • tvolleil. —Dean Carl w. Ackcrmnn, School of A .Vdiintallsm, Colinnbiii University. ,;:'' " * t i " ' •'• Feminine curves shall not. be seen by me'fih-'i. —Admiral Chans Chl-yinis of Cnntoni Chlmi/; .*• . * * '•••".' I. am going to coin n new word n'licl urge', thai, we "acorlzc" the nation just as it has been "motorized". —Secretary of Commerce Daniel C. Roper. * * * The country's service Is n disgrace and the low status of attempts to improve It, also is a disgrace. —Prof. E, o. Uiulenum, New York School of Social Work.- " « T ' Tlie hand Hint turiw llie household electric light switch Is the hand lhat will determine New York city's rales. —Mayor ]•'. II. Lii- Ouardia. » • « The steam cnijinc can be made lo run us fast as any Dioscl engine. —E. B. Hall, inb- tlvc power superintendent Chicago aiul Noiih- western railway. Keep General Health Good for Conquest of Arthritis SATURDAY, JANUAHl' 19, 1035 11V I))t. MOltlilS FIS1IBEIN i.'dltor, Journal of Ihc American Medical Association, and of Hy. gela, Hie Health Magazine If you are rhcumntlc, you sliould be particularly watchful of your personal hygiene. This means enough fresh air and sunshine enough bathing, adequate clothin»' ind n job which will minimize cx- msiire to heat and cold, rjarlicu- arly to sudden alteration of lem- icralurc. The teeth shonltl have regular attention by a comiietcnt dentist "id :< toothbrush in us I b e used regularly. A great deal has been said about the use or various vaccines and serums, or .so-called "shots" In treatment of rheumatic disorders. Unfortunately, no single ucrm has been incriminated as Ihe cause of rheumatic conditions In all cuscs. Therefore, two types ot vaccines are used—one Involving germs taken from Infections in various parts of the body, including occasionally the Joints themselves, mul Ihe patient's body. fi v 1 ,patient Is of utmost significance. This accounts for the cures to be brought about by laying on the hands, twisting Hie feet pray er, changing shoes, and bv all sorts of similar measures A well-known authority i ias i; V l > To attack Ihc disease, iitlempU have also been made to use trans- tain uiiu iiuijemnwss and m fusions of blood from oilier pco- (physical treatment, sunllehi pie and Injections of the pa-1 air, good hygiene, massVe ,m,i tails own blood into his body.'good load will bring nboiu,iJ', This latter method j s a mild'form Tit, In the vast majority of iialonu of non-S|»cii!c protein therapy,'mid that rcmovhl of mental , ,,i bringing about a reaction In the'physical ovcractlvity, freedom from natpiit.f; hot v I.... , i!.. ' ... _, uuin lwoTO ant , u|) of •---'• uvuiiy, anu uimuuig up 01 general The drugs that have been used 'resistance will take care of a good In treatment of arthritis are legion, many more, most of them employed because'' Ihcy relieve pain. There. Is no ren- son person should surfer pain while undergoing. ,u-caiiricnt. The right drugs properly administered will do much to keep the imtlent in comfort. ' othcr, mixtures "I wish I hnd. sonic of those smarl, dark dreie.s under my eyes." Royal Newly weds Will Attend Nassau Races NASSAU, N. P. (UP) — An- nounccineiit 1ms been, mnrtc'lhai yri'cht races of the Royal Nassau Sailing Club, one of the most exclusive siiiliiig clubs In the world, which carries n charter from Ills Majesty .Klnj Gunge V, »ili get under way here In February. Flvc.-jji'oilps of races'arc sclied- iildd, includiiiB races ..for Ihe New York Yacht Club trophy and Ihc Ki'ng^s Ciip, prized tiopliy pusent cd to the blub by His IVTajcslj Ills Excellency, ' Cnptnln the Hou -3ii Bcdc Clifford, K.C.M.G. Governor of'llie.'DaUamas, Is .ulmnal of Ihc cliibj'.' ' ; i ( . •Afrangcuient'j ha\c mule topsail'; the final laces dining Ihe 'visit, here of Ills Koysl lllclmcis, the Duke ol Oloucesljei, thud ton of the King who will \Jsit Ni««u as ."a guest of GuvcriimcnL' House, March 10-14. 1 •F.xlenslvc nUcrnUons'nnd changes" urc bchig made on Ihe club house Lot'the Rojal Na^ui Snilmi; Club •; which is' located on tlie •Grounds of the Dritish .Colonial Hold,' pppo.ile Hog Island of germs taken fiom various cases of arthritis and cultivated in the usual way. Many specialists in treatment or arthritis feel that a considerable number of patients are relieved by such methods. + « * Other authorities insist that use of specific germs is not necessary and thiit primarily the reaction in the body of the patient brings about benefit. Such reactions arc produced by injection of any protein substance as, for examine, heated milk 'or non-specific Ohio Animal Farm Proves Unsuccessful NOllWALK, O. <UP)~Qliio's ef- .. , . fort- to increase her came sutnilv Many forms of physical treat-1 by raising rabbits and raccoons altmn!c C !io a|1 ' ^^ "icludc wholesale at two big farms near applied Iteough\o7 watc"'boltlcs' ; urc e ' CVKlC "" y has met wlth fai1 ' electric pads, baking'devices, and various forms -of : li»ht In 'he 1 T1 ! e . sta e conservation ttcparf- ert-al spas in ' which rliciiin c'' 1 ""' 1 llnrt "°" c " that wlt " in " fow Irene ' hot m ri ymrs ' " 10 " Silntls of raccoons and tunica, hot mud'.^bi,., collW te , . , , u — ., disorders packs .ami tho ,,, . , ultimo UUUHl LJU 1005 ^ ,S' V Uot '-'? of «« dale, • "-'^ " "\\ji.t i iuiii 11UV mi («: t\ springs arc teiiuintly used. ; '• l^nai^. from the A inorc recent method inchictcsl application of hot' paraffin baths with a temperature ' from ill) to .130 degrees sustained'' from 5 to 20 minu'fes. Moreover, it fs |x>ssi- hls to obtain, generalized heating by passing electrical'' "current through the tissues against resistance. Massage is useful when done uy . person skilled In Its performance who understands the danger of too much motion lo a sensitive and painful joint. The slightest bruising or injury to the tissues limy result Families Move to D.nn 1'iojc.ct : NEW PHILADELPHIA, O. (UP)- Himlhij; jobs on the new Tuppan dam o[ 'the Muskingum conservancy Hood control project. 106 families have moved into . this county froin West Virginia. Only bona fide residents of the county .will be hired first, said Donald Gray, u. s. employment chief OUT OUR WAY By Williams CAN'T A GUV THAT ARQUMEN' WILL NEVER BE SETTLED— PUT FOUR MEN ON A SHOULD HAVE MEW ISLAND— ONE AtU MEN HAVE GOT TO LIVE IT TAKES AS MUCH PER ONE QUY TO LIVE AS ANOTHER! HERE'S" A GUV WID NO. FAMILY GITS MORE" PA.V THAM WITH EIGHT KIDS BE A BUM MECHANIC AM' A LOAFER?] DESERT ISLftND- TO AGREE WITH SHOULp GUY WHO'S GOOD BE— LISSEN! WHAT'S ONE WILL LIVE UNDER A BUSH- OME IN A BRUSH SHACK- 6NP HIM AM' ONE PUNCH HIM ONEl i-u.ji—ivjj vvrirM O I *-TT-vN_r> v-VfNt. TH' USE OF THIMKIM'/W!LL OWN TW' A GUY VV1D -EIGHT ' KlDS-THAT AIN'T RIGHT. ISLAND— AND OWE \VILL. BE HOLLERIN 1 ABOUT OVERTIME YOU'RE THE DOCTORS The. age of mnti has been placed t H),000,OGO years, by a new com- wrison of blood smiins : ot imiii'- iml ami a\K. i ,,, John Roosevelt^ Goes for Polo Brother Franklin, Jr., sc i s h Uirllls from (an autos, but John Koo=6v 5 lt chooses ro lo (or bis excitement. Here the v 0 ,Le ? for, of ibe president lj -j hit mount a: b» tu pracuc. wlti lhi lent that no effort "was made to stock the big enclosure this year. At the raccoon ranch, a year ago about 750 fine 'coons, mostly blacki were in the pens, and al the outset, il appeared life birth late would be high. Propagation has been disappointing and heavy losses within tlie -last 'month have" reduced the animals lo a great extent. There is even talk of turning loose the remainder. to manu- 1 •IEUI.V 111:111; TOIUY CAI.IJ JlUMIlillSOX. KrclfT, 33. "iin-i in n nil), i ,111 (. ill ln,i ITiiil iin> JT;IT. nr rolli'Kb cr;iln. IJtr, IHUH I Id I c 11 U ulur \\hin licrr (itltier l>vcri[ne III OIL: i\.ns i;hnj tu inkil i'liiy \\nTli sin; tcMiIll KVt. •«lie nnd ILLI- HI M ir util liriillur. I'dir.ifctltrifort clii-lr lnvjlllil f:itlii.r S:I;KVH sii:viins. \\ita uixi ivnrkH In Ilic- iiilll ami |I:M prLntn lilniNcIt h loynl frirntl, .n^lts Rnh lo thnrry 'Iiim. slic FccU s!,r cm "it kin. I'lul mil lur filTior niiiilly ],rnn,K,.» (o K ! 1(: sieve niisiTLr lit n tc\r il.Tj*. IiKeF (lull runlm. »l,c iKnlln^ nil Ilic rUir Ilit nrrnks ni]il slic IH rrM'iK'4 UU|^^ «LSnioni miou r, tin r, M i« ilnj li itii chc ,llh mill Ill-Inn lintxncnl iln list U\u ynrs In r.-irlw. lie ml;* f.-;,( c (o whit ^vliile In: KOCH for III.* otir. \Vlu-ii he reliTtn.-t alii; lin.^ ill.s:i\»|ichri I iVOW GO O.V • IITI'JI Till; STOKV Brian, CilAl'TEU HI glllAN WESTMORE turned hla tack on tlio smolilcrlng bon- lire, moved disconsolately away, iOnly five liourn licforo lib lia'tl ar- riTCil In tlio (owii'of liln birth. Five hours am! 13 minutes and some oild ;sccoml3 exactly. At tliat timo —iivo hours and 13 minutes anil sojiio odd seconds before—a large limousine hail halted bcsiila HID rsllway fitnlion. The woman laslilo tlio limousine spoke to tlie cbaiifteur, "I think nt wait here, 1'rederick," she said. "It's only a few minutes." "Vcs, Mrs. \Vc5tmore." Tlio wom.ui le.iiiod liack against llio cushioned scat. Sho was a lirotty. woman with brown eyes and a fresli complexion. SIio was niuall, slender, wraiipcil In a sleekly sinning |,t ac |f f ur C0l , t . There was a nniu'kd uoiso beside her and tba woman looked down. A small, gfosay Pekingese raised its nose and repeated the noise, louder ibis time. .'"Foodies!" the woman said reprovingly. "Miivvcr's 'ittlo dar- lln Jiiustn't .bark, lie a good doggy." Sho stroked tha dog's head ami silky 0313. "no a good doggy non-, or Muvvcr'll scoldt" 'Sli9;l,t up it,,, i^itlngesc, liolding (l,o soft, f,,,- nBftlnst. her face. Tlio ilns wlggiefl, j li3 moist .tongue touching i], 6 woman's cheek. "Precious 'ittle Toodle-ums!" she crooned. The long-drawn wblstle of * locomotive came (, 0 ni (lie distance and tbo chaulfeur was on Ihe sround. openliii tht door ot the car. Mrs. W^IMOU fit tie doi •> Slic look Ihc Pc/fmgese m ha arms. "Was A/uvuer's precious baby down on tho «e-U ind slopped out 'You can't corae!" sho warned, shaking her head at llic Pekingese. 'Slay there, Toodles. Muvver'll he right back—' The train was in sight now; It came on, snorting, steam Ing. .Mrs. Weslmoro turned and spoke to Ibb ch.iiifTeiir litu lie could hot bear what she said. Ho moved nearer, bent his head, iioiiiied. Now tho train was almost on tlicin. With a mighty groaning anil creaking tho wheels slowed, camo to a hall. other, bustling about. Mrs. Westmore and- the chauffeur hurried forward. Passengers had begun lo alight. A girl in bright blue, a man wilh a little hoy, a tall young mail in a-broirn overcoat— "Brian!;' Mrs. Wcslmorc called. "Oh, Ilrian—1" « • • 'PHE young man saw her. smiled •*• and ratB2tl onn hand. Another inoment arid his arms were around her. "Mother!" ho exclaimed.-"It's good lo be home again. It's good to he here—" He bent and. kissed her. The woman said, "Oh, Brian, you've corae at last!" "Ves. and I'm going ( 0 stay a whilo." He drew back, eyeing her critically. "You're looking first, rate," be 'sold. "I've been worried about you—oh, licllo. Fred, crick! How are you? Vcs. I've got a couple of bags somewhere and, let's see—here's my trunk ciieck—" i -Brian, let me look at you! But you've changed — you've grown up—" The young man laughed. "I'm a couple of years older," ha reminded her. "Tweuly-flve! Bidn't you expect BIS to chic§43'' ''I don't knovr—1 £\«pro5E 30." Tliby bad reached the aulomo- bild and UIQ Pekingese, 'inslilo. •saw them hurt stonil oil his bind legs, barking fiercely "Tooiiles, you naughty chihl.' Mrs. Westmore scolded. "Give lilin' to mo, Brian."' Sho took the re- kingcso in her anna, cradling It "Was aiitvvcr's precious baby lonesome?" she asked. " 'Ittlo. bitty doggy nil alone!" "C.'reat Scotl. Motlier—!" • * '* jVr f[ S. WEST.MORB raised re- I _ nrbving eyes. "Now don't say ! I'm foolish about Toodles." she ;saiil. "I know it.- Bui he's nerv- [ous and I have lo be so care- [ful with liirn. The least thing | upsets him. Ho's been such n ; comfort to me this last year— Iwhilb .your father was sick arid aflcr—" Brian saiil, "Of 'coiirsb." The lluioualno v.-as moving along tho wide, while pavement now. There, was a patiso and then Iho young j man said evenly, "You under! stand, don't you, wby t didn't [como sooner? While Father was i sick, t wanted to cpuie." j "Ves. Brian, I know." Mrs. j Westuiors sighed. "Your father i didn't moan to be bard. Ho [didn't mean the lliiugs he said— ! that last time—" ; "I wanted to come," Brian went 'in firmly, "but—well, I couldn't. | Oil. I knew how Father fell, i , didn't hold H against him—tha tilings hs said lhat day. !i ? couldn't understand that I didn't want to go luto business, i re . member exactly what he said." An edge of cynicism crept into the youos man's voice. "Well, I found —1_ he was right about U." "What do you mean. Brian?" "1 mean I've fouud out I'm uoi ID irtlit and never could bs; \\ t kuoa-u u (or mouths but l •ouldu't atlhill It lo myself. When sour cable c.ime, it wai -x shock. Thero dnln't si'nm to be any reason to cohie hick then, it was too Ir-le. I tried to go on the way I bad been Tried to noik harder. l"tii uic (norninj about 10 days ago It camo to me that the thing, tor IMG to do —tho thing I really vinted to do-was to come home." I'm El id. Dunn " lho woman said. "Ves, and I'm g] M \_ t 00p Uo you know what I'm going lo ilo now! ! m going to do Ihe thing Father wanted mo-to—go-into the mill. I «int to hud out what it's al/j iliout -leirn the business. 1'vlr "ecu; getting.:: some new Ideas HleH, leidiug nlnls going on in. Ibis country I i e dtsco^ered that business isn't the dull routine I used to tliinh It \\-is If 3 aiiva and o\citnii —biiinan It Isn't 3ierjoii!> gmbbjii" ror biraselt and trsllu to get lho most these days;j its liqnrii," out vh-its right for sieijbodv nnd oieiyonc doing hia snail-^ I want lo have ,i part In ^"ES P,rlan, tho woman said, l^e il h.ue a lilk with Mr. Ilntchcr I'm sure ho II hnd some- IbniB for >ou—n lints nltat you w-int to rto And ot courso, I'm Glad lo ha\o JO ii homo. Mr. ittliei IMS [»>(.„ so wonderful. nn 1 "10 helpful lies relieved me oE -ill icsiionsibihly ' 1 How are th'ings going at the hull'" ' "Oh,(snlemll(llyl Simply spleu- didh 1 " '1'xo ieid ibout Ihe hbor troubles ihe> ve been h-umg in olher nnlK v. 11,0- %0 ,i,, g mlll 5aW _ iNolhin; ot tint sort here?" "Oh raj no' win should there m' 'lho men ind women In our mill aro'gelling good wages—big waKca!' Why you'd |, 0 surprised how : mud, Ihcy. W l,-c—5.10 and ?i>0 a week, anil in families whoro three or tour aro working Ihoy'ro gelling an high as ?150 and J200 a week." "la that a tact, really? I m c that \vag03 have been kept up "Why. certainly it Is. j lr Thatcher tali] ma the mill J 3 doing everything possiblo to keep our cni- ployes happy and Contented. Ho says ho regards each anil every one of them as chihlrcn anil that they can como lo him willi (heir prob- •-'1,3 at any time. Ho's only too yl to help them." "And has bo managed to keep omrloymont , ln t(> slilll ; dardp aa well ns salaries? l mean keep all lue workers on?" "Why, yc3 , I 'think so. You »sa •«r. lii.itclier has such a marvelous system. Everything runs Ilka clockwork. I don't know hoV na «y limes, Brian. I've thoujut io\v fortunate We ars in having a •Jiaa like Mr. Thatcher to take all :!io worry and burden irom our siiouldors." "r guess you're right," Brian The limousine sloiverl and unicd Inlo a drive bordered by a ov,- stone wall. Hack against ths -rees was a sloua bouse— a large, •ambling, impressive house, Bet n grounds lhat hart been laste- 'ully landscaped. Tbe limoualna ollowed Ihe windlug drive »ad. halted before the entrance. v tmraeiltately Btlan was outddj, Hla niothei" said, "Well, Brjln, , =lcoc!6 bom*." ^-~* t'to Be Continued). '

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